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Liddell Property Native Plant Nursery and Habitat Restoration Project
Revive the San Joaquin has signed a license agreement with the San Joaquin River Conservancy to operate a native plant nursery and begin a habitat restoration project on a parcel of land that was previously used for gravel mining and operated as a Koi Fish Farm. Some areas of the site have rerecovered from their disturbed state with new native plant regrowth and created excellent wildlife habitat. Other portions of the property are barren and contain no native species whatsoever.
Revive has been working to establish nearly 2,000 native trees on this site. We need your help as we move through this process. Our project design heavily depends on local residents like yourself to participate in every way you can. We are seeking volunteers for the day to day operations including nursery construction, site maintenance, plant watering, monitoring growth, and other tasks. We are also seeking donations to keep this project alive (nursery naming rights?) so please sign on as members of our organization.
Planting starts in early 2016 so come on out, get familiar with the property, and join in the fun! Call Chris Acree at 559-226-0733 for directions and more information on scheduled activity days.